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22-01-2019

Three new licenses for car assembly plants have been given to Syrian investors in the past few months, raising the potential number of these plants, including several that have been operating for years, to eight. Here is a breakdown of these projects.

06-11-2018

The Central Bank of Iraq has frozen the assets of Syria’s two main airlines, potentially compromising a normalization of the economic and trade ties between the two countries.

04-09-2018

The Ministry of Transport has issued the new regulations pertaining to the licensing of airlines, which seem designed to protect existing companies, including Cham Wings.

21-08-2018

Cham Wings has launched a new service to Amman which highlights the warming of the relations between the two countries.

12-06-2018

Syrianair and Cham Wings have entered into a codeshare agreement on their flights to Moscow, the first such type of deals involving Syrian airlines.

22-05-2018

Cham Wings has announced that it will start flying to Moscow from next month.

01-05-2018

The Ministry of Transport has issued new procedures for the licensing of airlines, which could already remove a player from the market.

10-04-2018

Samer Foz is continuing to expand the scope of his activities as he sets-up a private airline and becomes the agent of a global commercial vehicles manufacturer.

27-03-2018

The imposition of new duty fees has disrupted Syria’s car assembly sector, which despite being very small had even started assembling Toyota cars.

12-12-2017

The combined number of cars assembled by Syria’s five car assembly plants reached a mere 499 cars in the first 11 months of the year, a reflection of the dismal situation of the market and of the purchasing power of the population.

06-06-2017

Starting June 21, Cham Wings will fly to Erevan connecting Armenian Syrians in the two countries.

09-05-2017

Fly Damas has announced that it will start a weekly route to Suleimanieh in Iraq.

10-01-2017

Trade and distribution of asphalt, contracting

03-01-2017

Cham Wings, a private airliner, Russian banking executives and Rami Makhlouf-owned companies are among 23 new entities and individuals blacklisted by the American administration.

01-11-2016

The table below lists the main car dealerhips in Syria.

30-08-2016

Syrian media are reporting that Cham Wings, a private airline, has been granted a license by the European air traffic regulator, to fly to Europe, potentially restoring air traffic between Damascus and EU countries.

15-08-2016

Syrianair, the state-owned carrier, has rented a 20-year old Airbus plane from Iran’s Mahan Air to increase the size of its fleet that had fallen to a single aircraft.

24-05-2016

The Syrian Civil Aviation Authority has suspended for one full month the license of Cham Wings, the country’s main private sector airline.

15-03-2016

Cham Wings has announced the opening of a new route to Tehran as Syrianair sees almost all its fleet grounded.

05-10-2015

Cham Wings continues to expand its services and will start soon flying to Sudan.

07-09-2015

Cham Wings, Syria’s only private airline, expanded its services last week with a new weekly flight to Muscat, Oman.

12-05-2014

Trading of electronic devices, cameras, home appliances

08-07-2012

Manufacturing of metal products

13-05-2012

Manufacturfing and assembly of cars and trucks

28-11-2011

Import and export all kinds of cars

22-05-2011

Import and trade all kinds of cars, merchandises and goods 

09-03-2011
26-07-2010

On July 5 we published a limited list of car dealers in Syria. You will see below a comprehensive list of Syria’s main car dealers with the brands they represent.

15-02-2010
Cham Wings Airlines, Syria’s first private sector airliner, will be expanding its fleet with a new aircraft next month. The Syria Report talks to Ossama Satea, Business Development Manager, on the company’s performance and prospects.
03-08-2009

Cham Wings Airlines has added a new 160-passenger capacity aircraft to its fleet.

 

19-04-2009

Trading

02-06-2008

Syria’s production of steel billets will reach 1.15 million tons in 2009, following the commissioning of two new plants.